Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Spelling City Love

Spelling City Anyone? I have used Spelling City in my fifth grade classroom for the past 2 years and I have been very pleased. The possibilities are endless and I just received an email that they have added even more.
What's New?
First, Language arts lessons that include videos, PowerPoint presentations, enrichment strategies featuring printables, games and hands-on activities, sample word lists, and custom games pre-populated with those lists!
New lessons have been created for popular themes like analogies and compound words, plus several brand new themes have been added, including:
Antonyms & Synonyms
Figurative Language
Verb Tenses
Second, Useful Word Lists that may be imported into member's accounts. New themes feature:
Social Studies (yeaaaaa - we are beefing up this standard this year.)
Word Families
And finally, Articles now featuring information about Title I Schools, RTI, plus how to use VocabularySpellingCity with English language learners and students with special needs.
If you haven't tried Spelling City I highly recommend it. Happy Tuesday!


  1. Awesome link! I love how they are pulling in the Language Arts. This will definitely be a part of my homeschool program for next year! Thanks!

    BTW, I grabbed your button for my blog. :) Have a great day!

    Leah @ learning-4-keeps.blogspot.com

  2. VocabularySpellingCity is great. Thanks for highlighting it. My favorite is the analogies.

  3. I love Spelling City and how great that they have both iOS and Android apps. My son's teachers have stopped using it as he went on to higher grades. But, I still take all his vocab for all of his subjects and make list for him. He studies very well with it, so why stop using what works for him.



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